Northern Garrett

High School

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Slider image 1 of 18. NHS Softball Team 2018
Slider image 2 of 18. Ms. Virts Garrett County Teacher of the Year
Slider image 3 of 18. NHS Baseball Team 2018
Slider image 4 of 18. First Robotics Competition Team 1629
Slider image 5 of 18. Jordan Day 1A/2A state champion 152 pound class
Jordan Day 1A/2A State Champ
Slider image 6 of 18. FFA students visit Annapolis
Slider image 7 of 18. Bocce District Tournament
State Qualifiers
Bocce District Tournament State Qualifiers
Slider image 8 of 18. Girls Varsity and 
Farmers for a Cure Relay for Life Fundraiser
Girls Varsity and Farmers for a Cure Relay for Life Fundraiser
Slider image 9 of 18. Alana Harmon Awarded NWTF Scholarship
Slider image 10 of 18. Husky Fans
Slider image 11 of 18. Samantha Wilt
2017 Maryland State FFA Champion Dairy Handler
Sponsored by North Garrett FFA Alumni
Slider image 12 of 18. Pictured:  Dr. Nathan Sorber, Board member; Taylor Dixon, Northern High student; and Ms. Penny Proudfoot, Director of Elementary Education.
Slider image 13 of 18. JROTC
Slider image 14 of 18. Ag Class
Slider image 15 of 18. The Vault sign
Slider image 16 of 18. Northern Huskies Mascot
Slider image 17 of 18. NHS
Slider image 18 of 18. NHS

FFA

The North Garrett FFA chapter is an integral part of the agriculture education curriculum at Northern High School. Students who participate in this program receive knowledge and skills in the areas of leadership, personal growth and career success. The Northern High school agriculture education program strives to provide students with hands on learning through a variety of avenues and courses available. Students have the opportunity to gain knowledge in the areas of animal science, plant science, mechanics, agriculture business and wildlife and forestry. They are also provided with real life settings in which to apply this knowledge through the wonderful facilities available to them including a greenhouse, mechanics shop, and animal science facility. The FFA chapter is very active on a local, state and national level. Each year students from the chapter travel all of the country to attend and participate in over 20 agriculture career and leadership development events, state and national conventions, universities, and agricultural industries. Outside of school students have the opportunity to expand upon their classroom knowledge by participating in a supervised agriculture experience project which can earn them a half credit towards graduation. These projects can lead to award potential and success through the FFA organization at a local, state and national level. The national FFA organization also offers over a million dollars in scholarships to students all across the country to further their career success after high school.

For more information on this program, contact Becky Yost, Agriculture Science Teacher and FFA Advisor.
 
FFA meets with Senator Edwards and Delegate BeitzelFFA visits Annapolis
FFA visits ArlingtonFFA visits Arlington with WreathsFFA ConventionFFA Beautification ProjectFratz and House with AwardAlexis House 2017Christmas WreathsFall 2017 Massachusetts CompetitionNew Ag Barn Construction October 2017Spring Pancake Dinner
Plant Sale Spring Plant Sale
Working with Wood in Barn